Here is a link to a mounting a Russian 3 element full size 80m beam. The tower is pushed up one section at a time. The video is 34 minutes and the tower push starts at about 27 minutes. I jumped forth and back to catch the highlights.
Tickets are ready for sale.
The next CAARC sponsored Amateur Radio Basic Class will take place at 3002 47 Ave (LDS Church) Red Deer. Saturdays, March 7 and March 14, 2015 9:00am-4:30pm each day. Cost is $20 per person, which includes study manual, regulations and exam printing, and donation to the Central Alberta Amateur Radio Club. Examination by Industry Canada Accredited Examiners will take place the second Saturday in the afternoon. Must preregister with complete payment to Garry VE6CIA. email transfer to ve6cia at gmail.com (@ in place of at) is preferred. Can be mailed or dropped off at 45 Selkirk Blvd. Red Deer, AB T4N0G4. Deadline for registration is February 28, 2015. Prestudy material and information available at http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/smt-gst.nsf/eng/h_sf01709.html Any questions contact Garry at 403-343-1930
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The Annual General meeting of CAARC was held on Tuesday November 18th at the new Red Deer County Search and Rescue building. Ric Henderson VA6RIC ( Director of Community and Protective Services) gave everyone a tour of the new facility and equipment.
The new executive for the 2014-2015 year is as listed below.
Thanks to everyone who attended and congratulations to the new executive.
I look forward to working with you over the next year.
Past President – Sandy Jacobs VE6SND
President- Bob King VE6BLD
Vice President- Steven Lee VA6SGL
Secretary- Bill Jackson VA6BLL
Treasurer- Karen McKinney VA6LDY
- Brian Davies VE6CKC
- Neil Rowe VA6AK
- Rick Koinberg VE6RAK
- Bob Bryce VA6TRB
- Bryan McKay VE6JPW
Skip MacAulay VE6BGT
Jeff Low VA6JL
Geoff Norris VA6TAC
Bob King VE6BLD
Bob King VE6BLD
CAARC 45TH ANNUAL PICNIC VIDEO
Calling all CAARC members – What do you do with your Radio?
In honour of the 45th anniversary of the CAARC Annual Picnic, we are inviting hams to submit a short video clip or favorite pictures of their amateur radio activities. It could be their ham shack, their mobile radio setup, SDR, DFing equipment, HF equipment, antennas, moon bounce equipment, JOTA, repeaters, teletype, CFARS or what ever sparks your interest in ham radio.
Video clips should be at least 30 seconds and a maximum of 3 min. It should be in a digital format and you should have audio to explain your video. By submitting your video clip, or favorite pictures you are giving the club permission to use the material you have sent in. This will be used to create a montage of what ham radio means to us and we will have our video premiere at the Saturday night supper next picnic.
Please submit video clips to Sandy, VE6SND at email@example.com